Europe: relative distance between top two cities

Is the distance between these countries' top two cities greater (g) or smaller (s) than the radius of a circle comprising the country's area?

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Country (top cities)G(reater) or S(maller) than radius
Albania (Tirana and Durrës)
Austria (Vienna and Graz)
Belarus (Minsk and Gomel)
Belgium (Brussels and Antwerp)
Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo and Banja Luka)
Bulgaria (Sofia and Plovdiv)
Croatia (Zagreb and Split)
Cyprus (Nicosia and Limassol)
Czech Republic (Prague and Brno)
Denmark – excludes Greenland - (Copenhagen and Aarhus)
Estonia (Tallinn and Tartu)
Finland (Helsinki and Espoo)
France (Paris and Marseille)
Germany (Berlin and Hamburg)
Greece (Athens and Thessaloniki)
Hungary (Budapest and Debrecen)
Ireland (Dublin and Cork)
Italy (Rome and Milan)
Kosovo (Pristina and Prizren)
Latvia (Riga and Daugavpils)
Country (top cities)G(reater) or S(maller) than radius
Lithuania (Vilnius and Kaunas)
Luxembourg (Luxembourg and Esch-sur-Alzette)
Macedonia (Skopje and Bitola)
Moldova (Chisinau and Tiraspol)
Montenegro (Podgorica and Niksic)
The Netherlands (Amsterdam and Rotterdam)
Norway – excludes Svalbard - (Oslo and Bergen)
Poland (Warsaw and Kraków)
Portugal (Lisbon and Porto)
Romania (Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca)
Russia – European part only - (Moscow and St Petersburg)
Serbia (Belgrade and Novi Sad)
Slovakia (Bratislava and Kosice)
Slovenia (Ljubljana and Maribor)
Spain (Madrid and Barcelona)
Sweden (Stockholm and Gothenburg)
Switzerland (Zürich and Geneva)
UK (London and Birmingham)
Ukraine (Kiev and Kharkiv)
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  • This quiz explores the distance between European countries' top two cities relative to their surface area. In order to compare, each country has been re-shaped to a circle proportionate to their area. Then the distance between City 1 and City 2 has been compared to the circle's radius and expressed as a percentage. What you need to guess is whether this distance exceeds the radius, by typing G for greater or S for smaller.
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Forced Order: Answers have to be entered in order
Wrong Answers: Some wrong answers will appear in red
Last Updated: Feb 16, 2017

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